A new concert series specifically created for little people and the adults in their lives. Bring your children, their curiosity, your sense of humor, and their best dancing shoes for this interactive morning of music at the lakeside picnic shelter at beautiful Rosland Park.
Scene of the "Silly" Poet from The Fairy Queen
The Peasant Cantata, BWV 212
Orchestral Suite No. 2: Bourrée I & II
Saturday. Aug. 21
10:30 - 11:30am
Rosland Park Picnic Shelter
Free to the Public
4300 West 66th Street
Edina, MN 55435
Health & Safety Protocol
Our board of directors, in consultation with a leading epidemiologist, will continue to monitor the evolution of the COVID pandemic as the festival nears.
Our musicians are required to either show proof of Covid vaccination, or wear personal protective equipment during all rehearsals and concerts while receiving negative covid tests the week of the festival. Many of our vaccinated musicians may also choose to wear masks during rehearsals and performances.
MASKS & PHYSICAL DISTANCING
Seating and standing areas will be available both outside and under the large picnic shelter. Masks are certainly welcome, though at this time they are not required for this outdoor event.
Is there a cost?
No. This concert is free with donations accepted via cash, check, or credit card for those interested in contributing.
What about Parking?
There are two complimentary parking lots available at Rosland Park. The Northwest parking lot, adjacent to the large playground, is most convenient to the Picnic Shelter
Is the venue handicap accessible?
Yes. The parking lot, paved paths, and picnic shelter are all handicap accessible.
May I bring food and beverages?
Yes, you are welcome to bring snacks and non-alcoholic beverages.